I’ve been absent from this regional conference in Boulder, CO for a couple of years now – but will be at the University of Colorado campus for COLTT 2015 in August. The title of my talk is Mobile Application Development Technology Roundup – where I’ll be examining the differences between some of my favorite cross-platform mobile development frameworks.
Date: August 6th 2015 – 2:45pm
Session Type: Technology Round-up
Topics: Disruptive Innovations, Mobile Technology and Devices, Research
Explore current choices in cross-platform mobile development
Be aware of the current landscape and what may lie down the road
Abstract: So many choices! With many schools opting for a BYOD approach to mobile learning, what is the best technology to build upon which can target all the major mobile devices? This session will present a solid rundown of a number of cross-platform mobile application development technologies to give you a leg up on expectations and application. Which technology is best??? Not the most simple question to answer but here is some information that can help!
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My publisher, Packt, has provided me with a giveaway for 360|Flex. I’ll collect business cards during my session and will draw one name for the givaway. The winner will receive a print copy of my new Adobe Edge Quickstart Guide!
I’ll be talking all about using BlazeDS with Flex and Java! We’ll see why AMF is so useful whether being used in ColdFusion or Java get an overview of how to use these technologies together to create great applications.
Joseph Labrecque – Leveraging BlazeDS, Java, and Flex: Dynamic Data Transfer
Flex developers have it easy when using ColdFusion to transfer data over the Action Message Format (AMF) transfer protocol because these services are built into the core ColdFusion server. What if you aren’t using ColdFusion though? Can you get the same benefits of AMF when using Java? Yes – by employing the open source Adobe BlazeDS project!
This talk will include an overview of these technologies, how to configure them to work together, and provide examples of data transfer across systems through a variety of ActionScript/Flex code examples. Additionally we’ll examine a use-case for BlazeDS, Java Spring, and Flex in higher-education to aid in the gathering of a variety of media types to perform assessment activities across departments through a unique system of binary and textual submissions by responder groups within certain participating programs.
So that’s my session, but there are a ton of other great speakers and topics being presented. A bunch of people from Adobe, Appcelerator, and Sencha are going to be there too. Nightly parties and extended training sessions on Sunday. All good stuff!
Open Screen Project: Views from the Trenches
Date and Time
April 12, 2011 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM (GMT-7 Mountain Time US & Canada)
Jun Heider – moderator
It’s the first half of 2011 and Adobe’s Open Screen Project initiative has started to really gather some momentum. From a vision of grandeur to the assimilation of a number of different devices and form factors, the Open Screen Project is well on it’s way to becoming a fully realized reality. From Windows, Mac, Linux, to Android, QNX, iOS, and WebOS Adobe has significantly increased the audience consuming ActionScript-based applications on devices from Desktop, web, tablet, mobile, and TV. Come hear how this initiative looks from the eyes of your peers, fellow ActionScript and Flex developers. Gain some insight on how to ride this multi-screen wave of the future.